Inovonics Ships 1 Millionth Wireless Network Sensor

Inovonics, a provider of high-performance wireless sensor networks for commercial and life safety applications, announced it has shipped its 1 millionth EchoStream wireless network sensor.

Introduced in March 2007, EchoStream is a trusted choice for reliable, high-performance wireless sensor network solutions among partners and end users in the security, life safety and submetering spaces. The company has seen sales of its EchoStream products grow in its target markets as wireless sensors increasingly are replacing wired solutions due to their ease of installation, flexibility and cost savings.

“This is a significant milestone for Inovonics,” said Mark Jarman, president of Inovonics. “A company is only as good as the quality of its products, people and relationships. Shipment of our 1 millionth EchoStream wireless sensor is a tribute not only to our technology, but to our employees, customers and partners. Without their combined concerted efforts, this milestone probably would not have been achieved in this short timeframe.”

EchoStream serves as the backbone of Inovonics’ family of high-performance, proven and reliable wireless sensor network solutions. Self-healing and self-configuring, the EchoStream Commercial Mesh Network provides the robust wireless coverage necessary to operate in the most challenging commercial environments. Multiple applications can run on the same wireless backbone, and virtually any size network can be created reliably and economically. Networks range from a single panic button to thousands of sensors serving sprawling multi-building campuses in security, life safety and submetering marketplaces.

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